Dedicated Electrical Circuit Installation in Seattle
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A dedicated electrical circuit is one which is set aside for a specific purpose with its own breaker. This means that it can only be used to power one single appliance and no other appliances can use the energy from that circuit. This allows the chosen appliance to have enough power to run without causing issues for the rest of your electrical system. At Seatown Electric Heating and Air, we can help you if you are having issues with your appliances or are constantly tripping breakers and can’t figure out why.
Give us a call today at 206-209-0690 to speak with one of our knowledgeable electricians in Seattle. We serve customers from Snohomish County all the way to Pierce County.
Common Appliances That Need Dedicated Circuits
Our Seattle electricians have helped many homeowners throughout the state with dedicated electrical circuit issues. We know that experiencing electrical issues can be frustrating, which is why we are here to help you install a dedicated circuit in your home if deemed necessary. The first step will be to inspect your electrical system, major appliances, and breaker box before making any recommendations. Dedicated circuits are common for major appliances, such as your washer and dryer or your refrigerator.
They are also used for the following:
- Garage doors
- Sump pumps
- Water heaters
- HVAC systems
- Electric ranges
Unsure If You Need a Dedicated Circuit?
At Seatown Electric Heating and Air, we understand that before you make an investment, you need to feel that you are making one that is worthwhile. Our highly trained electricians take the time to explain the signs indicating you need a dedicated circuit, such as constantly tripping breakers, lights dimming when you turn on your equipment, or manufacturer instructions to have a circuit dedicated to your appliance. Installing a dedicated circuit helps to ensure the safety and efficiency of your electrical system and home as well as to fully protect your appliances.